According to the National Retail Federation, consumers are expected to spend more than $21 billion for Mother’s Day.
Other cities on the list include Savannah, Aspen, Boston and Chicago.
Royal baby watch is well underway, and the British public has weighed in on their picks for the name of Will and Kate’s next child.
Good news for the Class of 2015: Employers are reportedly planning to hire 9.6 percent more new grads this year than they did in 2014.
If you feel like your boss has checked out, you might be right.
To compile its list, NerdWallet.com says it used data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey in 2005 and 2013.
Here’s a real head-scratcher: Do grilled cheese sandwiches lead to a better sex life?
Bankrate’s chief financial analyst says you should try to save 15-percent of your income for retirement savings, emergency funds and other factors.
Hunterdon County is considered New Jersey’s healthiest county and Cumberland County the least healthy in a survey released by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
The survey of Americans ages 18 to 34, sometimes called the millennial generation, found that two-thirds of respondents said they consume news online regularly, often on a social networking site.
Poll: Nearly 40% Of Unmarried Women With Dogs Would Rather Spend Valentine’s Day With Their Pup Than On A Date
Another takeaway: Pennsylvanians love their pups. The state came in 11th on the list of states that love their dogs the most.
A new survey finds Americans will spend a whopping $18.9 billion dollars on Valentine’s Day gifts for loved ones this year. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan looks at Valentine’s Day based on the numbers.
It seems that anxiety around rising student debt, securing at least two internships before graduation and trying to find a job in the tough economy is taking a toll on students as young as 18.
Poll: Most NJ Residents Feel Christie Is More Concerned With His Political Future Than With Governing The State
As speculation about a Christie run for the presidency increases, the current New Jersey governor’s ratings at home continue to slip.
A new survey finds that for the first time Facebook use is declining among teens. As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan tells us, a large number of kids ages 13 to 17 are dropping off the social media site.